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post #16 of 20

i believe the original poster was comparing within the CK collections from different time periods. CK is way different lable compared to CK collection. CK sucks as*, and won't ever find anything that looks good. Its like another dickies, dockers. They don't care how you look. If I'm given regular CK suits, then I would just give it to charity or homeless without a doubt.

post #17 of 20

 

Calvin Klein Collection-

 

 

"The label was founded in 1968 by the designer Calvin Richard Klein and is today owned by the Phillips Van Heusen Corp. They maintain the original styles of CK, defined by the dry lines and pure minimal chic to take the brand forward."

post #18 of 20
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Originally Posted by kornowith View Post

i believe the original poster was comparing within the CK collections from different time periods. CK is way different lable compared to CK collection. CK sucks as*, and won't ever find anything that looks good. Its like another dickies, dockers. They don't care how you look. If I'm given regular CK suits, then I would just give it to charity or homeless without a doubt.

I have a CK (grey label) suits are half canvassed. The CK line we get here in Australia/Asia are much better quality than US. This is the only RTW suit fits me. My waist is 27-28 and any 34 suit jacket the sleeves and shoulder just don't fit me and 36R I could swim inside .And 34R not many brand choices. But on CK 34 (eu44) it fits like MTM. These suits allow broad shoulders. The cut and fabric is good quality as well.
post #19 of 20

how does CK compare to BR suits?
 

post #20 of 20

CK white label in Canada from Tip Top are, for what it's worth, union made in Canada.  

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